The traditional flower of Easter, the longiflorum (or Easter lily) is known for both its unique, elegant beauty and its symbolic significance. According to tradition, Easter lilies were found growing in the Garden of Gethsemane after Christ's agony, and have long been used by the Church in Easter celebrations. The unusual downward-pointing blossoms lend a sacred beauty that makes this plant a wonderful gift for Easter time. They can even be replanted outside to bloom again in summer or fall.
This arrangement requires only fresh, clean water to thrive in your home. Since it lasts longer without flower food, it will arrive without it.
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